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Posted on April 9 at 9:06 a.m.Suggest removal
One other point. Maybe someone should ask the Coptic Christians, or the Chaldean Christians, or the Kurds, or the homosexuals, or the Jews, or the Zoroastrains what their experience has been with Arab hospitality. Chances are you'll hear a very different answer than what this articles suggests is the case.
Posted on April 9 at 9:04 a.m.Suggest removal
How do women do these dances when they're forced to wear burkas?
Posted on April 6 at 11:21 a.m.Suggest removal
I think Israel should make peace with the blood-thirsty murderers who dance in the streets when Muslims drive planes into our high rises, who name streets after "martyrs" who slit children's throats, and who raise their kids to hate all Jews, all Americans, and all non-Muslims for that matter.
Doesn't this make sense to everyone else too?
Posted on March 31 at 4:36 p.m.Suggest removal
“In Iran women have made significant progress since the revolution.”
You mean significant "downward" progress, no?
Posted on February 21 at 9:41 p.m.Suggest removal
There are several studies on how wrong experts can be. This, of course, explains all the failed policies of the Obama administration, the Bush administration, the Clinto adminsitration, etc...It also explains the many failings of our univeristies in producing professors and students who have little clue, or eveen worse a strong belief in misinformation.
Take Professor Kimball for instance. Early in this article he is referenced as someone who believes Christianity, Judaism and Islam have "similar historical figures" and nothing could be further from the truth. It's shcoking that prfessor Kimball - an expert - could be so mistaken and should be in a position where he is misleading students about the truth.
Specifically, Islam is THE only religion whose prophet was a sadistic megalomaniac. Mohammed led dozens of battles in which countless non-Muslims were killed and/or enslaved and/or raped. Mohammed led brutally. Those who questioned him or his authority were often killed. No other religion has a figure anything like Mohammed -other than someone who is considered a sinner and unworthy.
It saddens me to hear that a professor like Kimball influences the thinking and knowledge of students who deserve the truth instead of gross misinformation.
Posted on January 30 at 5:15 p.m.Suggest removal
Did you even read the link I attached?
In it, it clearly makes the factual and statistical connection between 80% of all American mosques and Jihadist literature. For you to suggest this is anything even remotely like what is seen in the Baptist religion is entirely unfair and entirely unreasonable.
Your comment only serves to distract us from the issue at hand which is that a meaningful majority of mosques in America are home to Jihadist literature, or more information which is intended to be used against the West.
My prayer is that this new mosque does not become another one of these vehicles for Jihad against the west.
Posted on January 30 at 2:45 p.m.Suggest removal
My comment was intended to be constructive. There is nothing wrong with praying for the mosque to be used in a postive way instead of as a tool for Jihad. The statistics quoted in the article suggest, though, that there is a high probability that the mosque will be used - at least in part - to preach the virtues of Jihad against non-Muslims.
If you have a problem with this reality then I really do not know what to say.
Posted on January 30 at 8:39 a.m.Suggest removal
I pray it is not used like these American mosques are.
Posted on January 20 at 7:02 p.m.Suggest removal
You sound Like Neville Chamberlain and his approach to Nazism. He told the West that we could "work with Hitler".
Churchill saw it otherwise. He told us Hitler was not saying the things he was saying just for his health and that he meant it when he said he wanted Germany to take over Europe and kill off the Jews.
Subsitute Hitler and Nazis with Islam and there's not a big difference between today and 1939.
Posted on November 10 at 9:28 p.m.Suggest removal
...Quite obviously, the Ulama of Islam are very different from the Communist Party. Nevertheless, on closer examination, we find certain uncomfortable resemblances. Both groups profess a totalitarian doctrine, with complete and final answers to all questions on heaven and earth; the answers are different in every respect, alike only in their finality and completeness, and in the contrast they offer with the eternal questioning of Western man. Both groups offer to their members and followers the agreeable sensation of belonging to a community of believers, who are always right, as against an outer world of unbelievers, who are always wrong. Both offer an exhilarating feeling of mission, of purpose, of being engaged in a collective adventure to accelerate the historically inevitable victory of the true faith over the infidel evil-doers. The traditional Islamic division of the world into the House of Islam and the House of War, two necessarily opposed groups, of which- the first has the collective obligation of perpetual struggle against the second, also has obvious parallels in the Communist view of world affairs. There again, the content of belief is utterly different, but the aggressive fanaticism of the believer is the same. The humorist who summed up the Communist creed as "There is no God and Karl Marx is his Prophet!" was laying his finger on a real affinity. The call to a Communist Jihad, a Holy War for the faith -- a new faith, but against the self-same Western Christian enemy -- might well strike a responsive note.
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